Oliver's of the Hoh Rain Forest Cabins

5692 Upper Hoh Road, Forks, Washington, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Forks

Hoh Rain Forest

A travel blog entry by abbyshack


Today we went to the Hoh, one of the largest temperate rainforests in the US. A temperate rainforest has coniferous and broadleaf trees. It lies in the Hoh River valley which was formed by glaciers thousands of years ago. The Hoh River is fed by the Hoh Glacier on Mt Olympus and has that slate blue, milky water caused by the grinding of rock as the glacier moves and melts.
We walked the two loops starting at the visitor center and took in the trees, moss, ferns and the river.

Twilight Country

A travel blog entry by lmc193


... based in Forks and Port Angeles and many of the features in the book are real!
First off we drove to the Indian Quileute reservation of LaPush (Yes it really exists) and drove to the beach where some of the scenes were set! We then stopped off at 2nd beach on the way back into town, which we found, was another amazingly beautiful rugged beach which could easily rival that of Ruby Beach! We then headed back into Forks, where Danny ...

Olympic National Park, WA: Exploring the Quinault

A travel blog entry by thirsty-boots


... silver-back gorilla on patrol, guarding his beach from perhaps a hostile invader. We spent a good amount of time there relaxing, exploring, and improving on our skills in landscape photo composition. A lady in her 60s left her three brindle Deutscher Boxers with her husband in a thick winter coat and approached to greet us; she offered to take our group photo before moving southward towards the setting sun. I followed ...

Beach Time

A travel blog entry by max1998

This is a top pick!

... through the Hall of Mosses and there was green moss hanging all over every single branch. My favorite part of the day was when we explored the tide pools at Kalaloche Beach. We spent most of the afternoon there. Tide pools happen when the tide goes out, but some water stays in lots of rocks that you can walk on. We were lucky to find a big rock with over 12 starfish! We also found lots of green anemones. The other thing I likes a ...

Bluff Bliss...

A travel blog entry by lisaontheroad


... bought on Washington's coast and cooked over the fire with a drizzle of real maple syrup to organic coconut covered in dark chocolate for dessert. Everything has been really healthy with gluten-free, sugar-free, dairy-free, organic and locally-produced being considerations for everything we buy. And Mom's completely astounded that healthy can actually be delicious too! :) ...


This campground, located on 5692 Upper Hoh Road, Forks, is near Rainforest Raft Kayak & Mountainbike, Rainforest Paddlers, and Bogachiel River.
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